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Nutrition and drinking regime of a nursing mother


During breastfeeding, the diet of a woman should not differ from her usual ration in composition of products. Since pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding are natural physiological processes, their success cannot be fundamentally linked to the diet of a woman. Not a single goat, gorilla or wolf has changed the diet after giving birth. In this sense, the person belonging to mammals is not much different from them. Therefore, a nursing mother can eat in the same way as she ate during pregnancy, eating all the products and focusing on spicy food desires. Nursing thirst For mother to have enough milk, it is very important for her to quench her thirst with clean drinking water in a timely and complete manner. A lactating woman can have from one to five insurmountable attacks of thirst during the day. These desires must be timely and fully satisfied, since it is on this depends the amount of milk produced. Clean water is best suited as a thirst quencher. However, if there is a strong desire to drink milk or fruit drink, this is also quite acceptable. It is only necessary to remember about the measure, since fruit drinks, juices and mineral water are a big burden for the kidneys, which are already heavily loaded during lactation. In total, the amount of fluid consumed should be about 3 liters, but should not exceed 5 liters per day. With an increase in fluid intake of up to 5 liters or more per day, the lactation volume decreases. Drinking to stimulate lactation Universal recipes to stimulate lactation does not exist. Neither tea with milk, nor carrot juice will help if the baby sucks a little breast. Lactation stimulates only the frequency and duration of attachment to the chest. If the baby sucks the breast rarely and briefly, then the volume of milk will be minimal, and if long and often, then the milk will always be in abundance.
If one of the parents is allergic If the mother or father of the child is allergic, then the mother should be more careful about her diet. Special vigilance should be shown if the mother of the child suffers from allergies. Not only the mother’s food allergy, but also allergens such as poplar fluff, odors, dust, etc., can have a negative effect on the baby. In this case, the child may have a tendency to diathesis. In children who are predisposed to allergies, diathesis may occur in the following foods: · citrus fruits - lemon, orange, tangerine, grapefruit; · Strawberry and raspberry; · Foreign protein - beef and dairy products from cow's milk, fish and fish products, poultry and eggs, soybeans and legumes (vegetable protein), etc. In addition to food, children may be allergic to: · chemical additives used in food industries such as preservatives, flavorings, rippers, etc .; · Baby food "Agusha"; · Vaccinations, which in 80 - 90% of cases give a post-vaccination complication such as diathesis. The presence of such diagnoses as allergy, asthma, neurodermatitis, atopic dermatitis, etc. in the family history of the child is a lifelong contraindication to vaccination, since any vaccination may result in anaphylactic shock for the baby, and you may not have time to get to the resuscitation. Therefore, if the mother or father is allergic, you should carefully enter allergic products (no more than one per day) and closely monitor the reaction of the baby during the day. If a nursing mother is allergic, then she, as a rule, excludes from the diet those foods that cause her allergic reactions. J.V. Tsaregradskaya
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Nutrition and drinking regime of a nursing mother

  1. Nutrition of nursing mother
    Among the persistent myths about breastfeeding, the myth about the special diet of a nursing mother is the most frequently repeated. Many women, on the advice of “well-wishers,” sit on a very strict diet for the entire period of breastfeeding, not allowing themselves a single piece of fried or, say, salty. The situation is further aggravated by the fact that nutritional recommendations for nursing mothers, distributed now in
  2. FEEDING NURSING MOTHER
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  3. Features of the diet in sports activities: food in the training and competitive periods. The mode of fluid intake.
    For beginner athletes who have significantly less training loads per day than highly skilled athletes and, consequently, less energy consumption, the daily intake of protein decreases slightly to 1.5-2 g per 1 kg of weight. However, regardless of the specialization and qualification of an athlete, proteins must provide at least 17% of the total caloric content of food.
  4. The organization of life nursing mothers
    Young nursing mother needs help with the housework. The basic principle that should be followed: the mother is engaged in the child, and others care about the mother, because everyone is interested in the baby growing up healthy and calm. Therefore, it is necessary, while the baby is very small, to spend most of the time feeding him. After a few months the situation will change, the need for milk in
  5. CONVENTIONAL ANXIETY ARISING IN NURSING MOTHERS
    As your relationship with your baby strengthens in the process of breastfeeding, you continue to face different situations. Each time you solve a problem, you become closer to your child and gain experience in breastfeeding. The following are the most common questions you may have.
  6. The importance of feeding the mother
    Women with poor nutritional status can also produce enough milk of sufficient quality to ensure the normal physical development of an infant. However, the mother's nutrient reserves will be depleted, and this can be harmful if the intervals between pregnancies are short and there is not enough time to replenish the reserves. In addition, there is evidence that if the mother
  7. Diet
    Nutrition - one of the important elements of a balanced diet. It includes the multiplicity of meals, the intervals between them, the meal time and the distribution of calories in meals. The optimal frequency of meals is four meals a day. Given the various conditions of work and study, three meals a day are allowed. In case of violation of the diet and, in particular, the multiplicity
  8. Maternal nutrition
    if the child has allergies The tendency to allergies is mainly inherited. If you or your husband are suffering from this disease, then you should be careful during the breastfeeding period. As a rule, the reaction of the child to those or other components of mother's milk appears immediately after birth. If, after another breastfeeding, the baby has an itchy rash, frequent
  9. Hygienic assessment of diet and diet
    Objective: to consolidate the theoretical knowledge about the meaning of nutrition in a person’s life, about the basics of rational nutrition, to give information about safe nutrition, about the prevention of food infections and poisoning. To form practical skills in the organization of rational nutrition. Content 1. Determine the value of your daily energy consumption, for which perform one of the works: 1.1. definition
  10. Nutrition mother with colic in a child
    Colic in newborns is a very common phenomenon. They are observed in almost 20% of all babies. The baby becomes restless, screaming loudly, twisting its legs, then pressing them to the stomach, then straightening it with force. The face of the baby may suddenly blush, it may tightly squeeze the fists. At the same time, his tummy is swollen, and you can hear the intestines "rumbling". Finally, colic passes after six months. Highly
  11. About power mode
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  12. THE CONCEPT OF THE SANITARY MODE OF THE PUBLIC NUTRITION ENTERPRISE. SANITARY AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL “RISK FACTORS” IN PUBLIC NUTRITION.
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  13. Diet
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  14. A new look at a rational diet.
    Until now, both in everyday life and in popular science literature, the main meals are breakfast and lunch, in accordance with the proverb: “Eat breakfast yourself, share lunch with a friend, and give dinner to the enemy.” This old adage was true for the hard work of a peasant who worked in the field from dawn to dusk, but was not at all suitable for the modern man.
  15. Sanitary regime of public catering enterprises and methods of its control
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